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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you can try the auto parts stores but i would try finding in a junk yard alot of time dif cars of the same make will inerchange
Posted on May 18, 2009
Remove the arms,and place them back on where they need to go,do not turn the wipers on,do this as they set now.If the wiper blades when turned on go off the left side of the windshield ,then you will have to remove everything again,and move the wipers down in the rest position,and align everything up to the rest position,with the wipers at rest,and the motor at rest.
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
if the little serrated or fluted stem/axle is turning back and forth with the driver side, then yes your problem is that the arm itself is stripped out. that is a good thing as opposed to replacing the whole wiper linkage/transmission. look in the phone book for auto salvage yards and call around until you find one with a vehicle close to yours. bear in mind that most chrysler product vans will have the same wiper arms. when someone says "yeah we got one" take your wiper arm go out there and inspect theirs to make sure it is the same and that the hole is not stripped out already. part should not be more than 10 bucks on a car that old.
Posted on Oct 18, 2010
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